Modelisation multifractale du taux de change dollar/euro
AbstractL’approche multifractale en finance a fait dernierement l’objet de developpements theoriques que l’on doit principalement a Calvet et Fisher (2001, 2002). Dans cet article, nous presentons la modelisation multifractale (Multifractal Model of Asset Returns, MMAR) dont nous proposons une application sur le taux de change dollar/euro. Nous concluons au caractere multifractal de ce taux de change, et, au moyen de simulations de Monte Carlo, a la superiorite de la modelisation multifractale par rapport aux modeles GARCH et FIGARCH pour rendre compte des proprietes de la serie etudiee.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by CEPII research center in its journal Economie Internationale.
Volume (Year): (2005)
Issue (Month): 104 ()
Modelisation multifractale; fonction d’echelle; spectre multifractal; taux de change;
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